The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 28, 1951
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PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1TWDAY, I KMHEK m, MM A/ewA JUM Shelton, Society Editor Fbon* 4461 Guests Play Bridge With Club at Cupples Home Two guests played bridge last ntght with members of the TLE Club when Mrs. W. J. Cupplet was hostess at her home ror the weekly tension. Mrs C. A. Nelson and Mrs. Gilbert Smyth* were the group's guests. Mr*. Cupples served a dessert course and bridge was played with Mrs. Jerry Scrape winning high «core, Mrs. Nelson, second hish and Mr*. Herman Turner, bridge. ... Mis. Mayo Entertains Thursday Rook Club Mrs. W. B. Mayo yesterday was hostess at her home to members of the Thursday Rook Club for the weekly meeting. Mixed fall blossoms were combined to form the central design topping a table of the entertaining room. A deMert course was served and rook played, with Mrs. M?.yo winning high score. Mrs. Grover Wren, second high, and Mrs. Leon Scherer, rooko. • » * Mrs. Black well Leads Scores of Weekly Club Mrs. Johnson Blackwell wa« top icorer last ntght In the weekly bridge gam* of the OEO Club. Mis. Frank Seay was tht group's only guest when Mrs. J. C. Ellla, Jr., was hostess to the group at her home on Ptc»n. A salad pl»t« wu served by Mrs. Kills and In the bridge game following Miss Vera Ooorlrlch won second high score and Mrs. Joe Evrard, bridge. • • • ' Mrs. White Is Hostess To' Kibitzer Club Mr», Johnny Whit* yesterday entertained at h«r home' on West Walnut for th« weekly ift«rnoon of bridge honoring members of the Kibitzer Club. A dessert course waa served pre- etding the game In which Mrs. Jim Smart won high score and Mr*. Georgt Hubbard, Jr., second high. '. : ' ' Dell Beta Club Elects Officers OfTlcert tor the Dell High School chapter ot.the National Beta Club were named^wsUrday afternoon In •n election held'at the school. Plans also were discussed for attending the state convention slated for April In Uttle Rock. Harold Lewis was named to head the chapter, 'with Joe Neal Perkins • » .vice president: Sally Tate, secretary; Jean Martin, treasurer; and Braxton Gill, recorder, Prancles Balloue was named recorder of events to be submitted to the National Beta Journal. Mrs. A. E.' Caldwell i« th« club •ponsor-elect. At The Hospitals lfe HMpitat Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Taylor. City. W. P. Polk, Cooler. Fashion-Right. For Dates 3149 12-20 By Sue Burnett Just about the youngest, prettiest (rock you'll find for special dale wear. This striking style hns turndown collar, tiny buttons down to the waist, Interesting hip treatment to accent a small 'A'tllst. Patlern No. 3H9 Is a se\v-rlle perforated pattern Ir: sizes 12, 14. 16. 18 and 20. Size 14, short sleeves, lequires 6^, yards of 39-Inch. For this .pattern, send 30o In COINS, yotlr name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Hurnett, Courier Neus, 372 W. Quincy Street .Chicago 6, 111. The Pall and winter Issue of FASHION In Just what you've been waiting lor—a complete guide in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift patterns printed Inside 25 cents. Jewish Holiday Begins Sunday . : At sundown Sunday, the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashono. will begin, marking the year 5712 in accordance with the old Hebrew calendar. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, will conduct High Holiday Service* in the auditorium of the Temple Sunday at 8 p.m. and Monday at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening, Rabbi Vise will discuss "It Is Never Too Late" and Monday morning will speak on, "American Jewry Today." Dr. Vise will be assisted In the services by the Temple Choir with Mrs. Dalton Fowlston as organist and Harry Vise, who will sing the traditional Hebrew Canlorial solos. Bits of News i U. It. D. Hughes, Jr., Air Force, who is AUlioncd at Wichita Fulls, Tex., Is spending 10 days here with his parcnUs, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. J, Cecil I>owe, Dick Watson and J. M. Cleveland were in Memphis yesterday to attend the meeting: of Bay Scout Counselors of Northeast Arkansas, which was held at Hotel Peabody. Mr. Lowe Is now serving his second year as Northeast. Ar- kansns Counsel district chairman. They were accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Watson. Mr, and Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Harry A. Haincs have returned from Hat Springs where they attended the three tiny Southern Newspaper Publishers Association convention. Out-of-town residents here for the funeral .services of Mrs. Elizabeth Greene yesterday afternoon were Mrs. May Glezcn and Mrs. Arthur licnshaiv. Indianapolis. Ind.; Mrs. Ethel I>aFolIcU<?, Island, Ind., Mrs, Russell Sink, Fort Wayne, Ind., Mis Mary B. Greene, and Catherine Greene, Cape Gtrardeau, Mo.; Bob G reenc. K else r; M rs, Frank Barham, Osceola; Mrs. R. C. Dent, Ca- rutlicrsviHe ami Mr. and Mrs. R, B, Stout, Little Rock. Mrs. VV, L, Homer returned yesterday from Wheat Icy where she had visited as gitest of her mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith. P. I>. Foster, Jr., son of Mr. und Mrs. P. D. Foster of BlythevUle haj been named president of the Mississippi State College chapter of Signm Oil fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch left this morning for Chicago to attend the convention of tna American Banks Association. They will returr to Blythevllle next week. Mrs, pearl VVray of Kumbotdt. Tenn., Ls the honsegutst of Mrs Floyd Rector. Cpl. Howard Bailey, Air Force left, this morning lor Memphis where he will be the weekend guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.! C. K- Rlckard, and Cousin, Bobby. I Mrs, M. A. Middleton. Mrs. Sam Godwin, and Mrs. Marvin Lane returned last night from Little Rock where they attended the one day American Legion Auxiliary Fall Conference as representatives of the! local Auxiliary group. They were j jollied there for the conference by! Mrs. Howard Proctor and daughter.' Howard Ann of Little Rock, former Blythevlllc resident Included in the enrollment at Murray State College, Murray, Ky., for the 1951-52 school year are William V. Jftme.s'of Osceola and Ted L. Vance of tBlytheVille. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stiles have returned from n week's visit In Memphis and Forrest City. While in Memphis, they were the guests of their sons. B. G. Stiles and Mrs. Stiles and M. C. Stiles and Mrs. Stiles. IiVifQrJCsl City, they visited their rtauskfer, Mrs. T. O. Worsley, and family/" 1 • Anyone who's ever tried to pry hardened paraffin from the top of a Jelly glass will appreciate this tip. Before pouring the paraffin over freshly-made Jelly, place & piece of ordinary string across the top of the glass or Jar, With the two dangling ends, the'paraffin can be easily retnrved when it's time to serve the sweet. Get-Acquainted 7 3 rogram Begins D TA Activities A get-acqualnled program for of the Lange Parent- faculty An follov for ] tlie : first meeting of the year Wednes-Ung i day afternoon at the school. Mrs. First Holll, member* Teacher* member* Association highlighted and the Clcss Has Monthly Bu Of Harry Bradley, president was In charge of the discussions. "Spiritual Shaping Values" was ihe devotional given by Mrs, R. L. Wade, Mrs. J. C. Drake, program chairman introduced nil PTA members In Die Bel-a«|uaintcrt program, Mrs. Charles Penn, principal, introduced Hie faculty members. Onicen and chairmen serving with Mrs. Bradley for tile year are Mrs. J. c. Droke, first vice president.; Mrs. Fay Austin, second vice president; Mrs. Byron Moore, secretary; Mrs. H. P. Sharp, treasurer; Mrs. W. H. HuLson, budget and II- nance; Mrs. Herman Walls, study course; Mrs. H. H. Malhis, program; Mrs. Winford Wyatt, membership; Mrs. R. A. Nelson, hospitality; Mrs. LeRoy Ituddle.ston. magazine; Mrs. Paul Human, publicity; Mrs. R. L. Wade, spiritual education; Mrs. S. E. Tune, health and welfare; Mrs. Monroe Grain, mu.sic; Mrs. Forrest Moore, parliamentarian; Mrs, Glenn Lactd, scrapbook; Mrs. Bill Hurt, room, and Mrs. J. E. Carter, safety. The first grade mothers a-e r e hostesses Tor a social hour following. Mrs. cl; Carl lace Ko rc?tu the by Maj whit bouc M cievo In disc Han Olh Woo Kol noil Ma Wai A her Ma Mrs ing. 8-Table Movement Played by League An eight-table scrambled Mitchell movement was played last night at the bi-weekly meeting of tbe Duplicate Bridge League, with Oscar Hardaway and Frank Nelson iness-Social; icers Named fresco barbec uc auppar d by an election of officers 51-52 Jast night highlighted onthly social-bus I ness meet- tlie Fidelias Class of the BiipUst Church. Mrs. p. B. :i was hostess At her home 13 members and one guest, •earl VVray. Included with the were two new members, Mrs. e and Mrs. W. E. Wai- the meal, the group ed to the RqlJison home for uess scK.sio;i which was Jed e class president, Mrs. John s. The entertaining rooms in the guests .vere seated held ets ol fall bluoms. Tommy Bogan presented a ona! and Mrs. Earl Walker led yer preceding the bustn sions In which Mrs. Alvln was named class president- serving are Mrs. Francis membership; Mrs. L. C. i, fellowship; Mrs- O. on, stewardship; Mrs. John Guests Attend ' Ilass Meeting Mrs. Herbert Beavley, Mrs. BUI Badx, Mri. Marvin Christian, >nd Mrs. John Cox were guesU last night for th« monthly business-social meeting of the Dorcas Claju of Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Edward Smith was host«m at her air base home to the 13 members and four guests. Prayer by Mr*. Herman May. class president, opened the business discussions, with Mrs, Ellen Conley presenting the devotional. Current officers of the class were re-named and the business portion adjourned with prayer by Mrs. Georgia Hodge. Mrs. Burly Alford directed (he party game* In the social hour following. table mirror. If yours Is a precarl- ouily-tllted model, or II the day Is windy, It's a good idea to provide anchorage. Attractive hatpins are a good liivestemnt, or if your millinery Is of such fragile material you hesitate to subject it to repeated piercing, try sewing small combs into your hat band. As for your hair, there's really little to be gained from furtive poking and twisting in public. Either leave it alone, or. If you're serious- } public Is ly distressed, make for the nearest ' British TV Booms LONDON (AP) — British radio manfuacturers have received so many orders for television sets at tht national radio show, being held In London, that they have jtarled le ration dealers. No figures were announced of sales In the opening stages of the show. Main reason (or the spurt, however, was snld to be that tht getting ready lor th» North of England tcl- B - Ba ' 5 h , I evislon station, which begins broad- , ,. , , , . . I saion, w s roa- lounge for a real repair Job on your, caste Bt , Ho |me MOBS. Huddersfield, coiffure, I Oct. 12. Fiddling Fingers Destroy Poise By ALICIA HART NEA Be»ut? Editor A woman falU Into one of her most ungraceful stances when she ri starts raising her arms to fiddle personal ministry, and Mrs.! wl(n her hat or hair. The shoulders r, secretary. I °f her dress bunch into lumps, her class B lft in appreciation ot a j ms sutlde " | y ««•" *> be composed car's work was presented MM. "' a " glcs ' an[1 , ner Iace assumes, as 1 a rule, an anxious, searching expression as she explores with doubtful fingertips the set of her bonnet or the hang of her curls. It's a wise woman who avoids such gestures in public; not only does she appear awkward, but she's advertising her reeling of insecurity about her looks. Settle your hat firmly upon your head before leaving your dressing retiring president. Prayer by '.,. C. Rolli.son closed the meet- VVray who makes her home Hiimboldt. Term., and Is the st of Mrs. Floyd Rector, the only out-of-town guest. aiing fiJ Mrs. o. first place honors. J. S. Crowe]! and Mrs, Jim Rtleson won second high honors and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Logan, third. Out-of-town residents for the B^me were Mr. and Mrs. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carson and Mr. and Mrs. David Lairs of Charleston, Mo. WANT •ADS TO RMT Sfll TM&E £TC. CONTACT — The Right Peop/« fot That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appeal same day All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYIHKVH LE COURIER NEWS TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAY Oct. 2nd. & 3rd. World's Lightweight Championship Sandy Saddler & Willie Pep Exclusively for Motion Picture Theaters new! stays on! T Skip f/l» bulk! Plcipplfii irf Hevahly comfy. Jusl the way yo like Vml Skip tho Squeeze* A wliispr frpcilom! 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J81« Air Conditioned by Refrigeration f Listen lt> KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program amuiiincenienls. Hex Office t'hone 2752 — Office I'hone (!()98 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY = Make the R1TZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOES NO HUGS Last Times Today DTn/cnn BICKFORD S 'EVE COC1I8AN PHYILG THAXItR ~ Also Paramount News & Shorts Saturday A REPUBLIC PICTORF Serial: "Roar of the Iron Horse" and Cartoon Cont. Showing Sal. 12:39-11:11 SUNDAY & MONDAY KIRK in his greatest role as rough.toiigh Chuck Tatum THE BIG CARNIVAL JAN STERLING the woman wfio gets inh'tswsy! Bob Arthur-Porter Hall BILLY WILDER Air Conditioned by Refrigeration BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. LAST TIMES TODAY Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE NANCY GUILD • ADHE IERGENS -, .Melro News Srrial Agent vs. I.cjion A- Cartoon Conl. Sal. 12:30-11:38 Cont. Sun. 2-11

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